Who we are
We are a biomedical computing research laboratory at Oregon Health and Science University with affiliations to the Biomedical Engineering Department and the Computational Biology Program. Laboratory research themes include:
Molecular variation and human health - We develop computational methods that mine large biomedical datasets to undercover features in the genome or cellular microenvironment that impact human health. Active projects focus on detecting cancerous mutations in blood ("liquid biopsies") and computational methods for tumor immunotherapy, where the body's immune system is used to fight cancer.
Data-intensive Science - We develop computational tools and infrastructure that can efficiently process large scientific datasets and help investigators make sense of downstream results. We are team members of Galaxy, a Web-based system for data analysis in a Web browser that is used across the world. We are working to enhance Galaxy through visual analytics, machine learning, and cloud computing.
New Paper: Bio-compute objects
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Dec 14th 2016
Lab has moved!
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Oct 15th 2016
New Paper: 2016 Galaxy Update
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on May 2nd 2016
New Paper: The impact of missense mutations on drug binding sites
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Mar 24th 2016
Award to study HIV genetic diversity
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Feb 16th 2016
New way for graduate students to join the lab
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Feb 5th 2016
G-OnRamp Poster at the annual BD2K Meeting
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Dec 4th 2015
Developing educational tools for big data biology.
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Oct 8th 2015
National Science Foundation Grant Awarded to Study Fish Evolution
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Oct 7th 2015
New and improved laboratory website.
Posted by Jeremy Goecks on Oct 6th 2015